Rapier Lost Colonist
If you visit the Outer Banks, you’ll hear about the lost...
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation grants...
A mournful song echoes through the exhibit hall, similar...
Aryana Henthorne Fence Cultural Sherwood Valley Pomo
As a Tribal Historic and Preservation Officer (THPO),...
Dja Dja Wurring Men
This powerful story of precious property taken and regained...
Justin Giles Arnold Taylor Smithsonian 1790 Treaty
A delegation from Muscogee (Creek) nation was on hand in...
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Researching the Past

Reconstructed Naia
Alex Ewen
1/14/15
The remains of “Naia,” the human skeleton found off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, has been reconstructed by artists to provide a hypothetical image of what she look...
Quileute Petroglyph Major
Richard Walker
1/2/15
A pre-contact Quileute petroglyph that depicts K’wati, or the Transformer’s, killing of a monster that terrorized the Quileute people is considered by Quileute officials to be the ...
Evelyn Vanderhoop Tunic
Evelyn Vanderhoop
12/26/14
When did the supernatural discover Haida on their Island? No one knows the exact date that Raven Traveling stubbed his toe on our cockle shell, but the stories are old...
Indiana University Susan Alt
Indiana University Bloomington
12/25/14
Archaeologists at Indiana University and the University of Illinois have been awarded two grants totaling $640,000 to continue and expand their research at Cahokia Mounds, site of ...
Kellytown Native Settlement Nashville
Alysa Landry
12/20/14
A new park being developed near Nashville will offer a rare look at ancient history...
University of Victoria AUV
Alex Jacobs
12/18/14
An archaeological discovery from this past September could put the earliest inhabitation in Canada at around 13,800 years ago, reported CBC News ...
Yale Indian Papers Project
ICTMN Staff
12/8/14
The Yale Indian Papers Project is making it easier to learn about the history and culture of New England Natives by gathering historical materials into one virtual collection...
Chickasaw Cultural Center Brad Deramus Canoe
Chickasaw Nation
11/30/14
They were the metaphorical pickup trucks of their day. Native Americans used them to ferry families across rivers, move trade goods to market and as a means of travel...

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